- Provide humanitarian support in China.
- Help to develop a civil society in China.
- Promote rule-of-law, human rights, and freedom of expressions.
- Focus on grass-root and people who are neglected by the outside world.
Donation (EIN 30-0413217)
Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Click here for details.
San Francisco (July 24, 2016) Humanitarian China welcomes the very pregnant wife and son of Dissident Zhao Changqing escaped from China and arrived in San Francisco safely. Appeals to all compassionate people to lend support to a special-purpose fundraising program for the family to settle in the new environment.
Welcome to organize your own campaign to send out greeting cards to the prisoners using these address labels (30 addresses/page, Avery Template 5160 compatible). If you have updated information regarding these lists, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 1, 2016
With the assistance of the Humanitarian China, the Tso Ming Sing Foundation has made a substantial donation to the Tiananmen Mothers recently. It is the largest single donation that the Tiananmen Mothers have received over the past 27 years.
April 4, 2016
On Ching Ming Festival, Humanitarian China and other local activists paid homage to the victims of 66 years of Chinese Communist Party rule at the Goddess of Democracy in San Francisco. Report: RFA, Bay Voice.
March 12, 2016
Humanitarian China will help to collect the donation for Sparrow Future Charitable Fund which is an education fund for children in China whose parents are human rights activists or human rights lawyers.
Humanitarian China releases its annual report for 2015.
Humanitarian China had issued about 100 small aid to those persecuted in China and helped 14 families who settled overseas in this year.
December 19, 2015
Humanitarian China along with other human rights organizations in Boston Area held a Christmas Card signing event for prisoners of conscience in China. Report: Epoch Times.
December 13, 2015
Humanitarian China and Chinese Democracy Education Foundation held a successful Christmas Card signing event in San Francisco Bay Area for prisoners of conscience in China. Report: FB, RFA, World Journal, NTDTV, Epoch Times.
October 23, 2015
The home of Shao Jiang, a human rights activist, was searched after he was arrested outside a London reception for President Xi Jinping. Fengsuo Zhou and other local activists protested at British Consulate General in San Francisco.
October 6, 2015
Fengsuo Zhou, the co-founder of Humanitarian China, participated in the rescue effort of Bao Zhuoxuan, the son of rights lawyer Wang Yu. He went to Bangkok, Thailand to receive Bao Zhuoxuan escaping from Myanmar. Unfortunately this rescue attempt failed. Report: The Guardian, Bo Wen Press.
September 10, 2015
A total of $17.122.53 has been collected for the Chinese Human Rights Lawyers’ Fund.
July 15, 2015
In light of the recent crack down on rights lawyers, Humanitarian China has established Chinese Human Rights Lawyers’ Fund and is encouraging people to donate.
Humanitarian China and China Change launched a joint donation drive for Gao Yu. Thanks for your generous support! We have received 71 donations with a total of $12,297.35. Humanitarian China will match the same amount and transfer the fund to Gao Yu’s family for legal, medical and nutrition expenses. Here is the donation report.
June 3, 2015
A candlelight vigil was held in Portsmouth Square to commemorate the June 4 Massacre. Report: text (RFA, Epoch Times, World Journal, Sing Tao, sfnewsfeed.us), video (KTSF, Epoch Times), photo (Live Journal).
May 31, 2015
Humanitarian China joined other local Human Rights groups to commemorate the 26th anniversary of June 4 Massacre in San Francisco Bay Area. A symposium was held to highlight “the imprisoned 89 generation”. Report: text (RFA, World Journal, Epoch Times 1, Epoch Times 2), video (KTSF, NTDTV).
April 6, 2015
So far in this year, Humanitarian China had provided financial support to 30 cases for those suffer from political and religious prosecution in China.
February 2, 2015
Considering the increasingly harsh crackdown on dissidents receiving overseas assistance, Humanitarian China will stop disclosing the names of the recipients of our humanitarian aids. Instead, we will report our work with statistics periodically.
January 1, 2015
Welcome Yaxue Cao-Ritter (曹雅學), the co-founder of the influential human rights web site chinachange.org, to join the board of Humanitarian China.
Monthly donation to support political prisoners in China
Welcome to join us to help prisoners of conscience in China and their families. They had made sacrifice for a better China. In return, many of them face hardship during and after their imprisonment. You can help with a monthly donation of $10,$60 in 6 months or $120 yearly donation.
Letters from donors
May 6, 2012
To honor Yaxue Cao and her fight to free Mr. Chen. For all the brave Chinese dissidents.
Jan 15, 2012
Dear Mr. Fang Zhang,
I am writing to you today to notify that I would like to extend my gratitude for everything you’ve done through a donation of 10 dollars per month. I would like to help you provide humanitarian aid and means of sustenance to the kin of those who are subjugated to oppression by their political system; I’m referring to the program sponsored by Humanitarian China, by the way. Anyways, I just wanted to chip in with $120, a portion of the stipend I received from my summer research internship.
As always, best wishes,
To: Ms. Ding Zilin
May 26, 2011
Dear Tiananmen mother:
My name is D. I am a seventeen-year-old high school student, born in the United States. I first heard of you from my father and Mr. Fang Zheng. I was propelled into action upon hearing that you lost a son who was close to my age in the June 4th incident. I am aware that you and other parents were unfortunate enough to lose your sons and daughters in the crackdown on June 4th, 1989. Although I may never completely comprehend the sense of loss you’ve felt, I offer my deepest condolences. However, in my opinion, your children have not perished without a cause; in fact, their lives were relinquished in pursuit of what I deem the noblest of causes. They all pursued democratic liberty in China through nonviolent means. Although they are gone, their ideals and goals are not; in fact, the feats they strove to accomplish have made them heroes, in my mind at least.
I write to you today with this message, but also a donation. After hearing of this situation, I’ve collected a bit of money that I can only hope that you’ll be able to put to good use. I wish you only the best of luck in your endeavors.
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2007: Form 990-N.
2008: Annual budgets were less than $25,000.
2009: IRS tax return, 990 EZ: schedule A.
2010: IRS tax return
2011: Form 990-N filing receipt
2012: Form 990-N, Form 199-N.
2013: Form 990-N filing receipt
2014: Form 199-N
Last updated: 2016-07-25, 11:47 PM